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Old March 29th, 2005, 07:35 AM
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I am in a fix.. please help!
in a projecty, two teams were working - one on c# and another in vb.net. now while merging, we are facing problems. when microsoft claims that in one project we can program in multiple languages - then how to go about it?? Please help!!!

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In Visual Studio.NET,you cant merge two languages in the same page as compiler supports one language.If you want to use methods of the class in vb.net,you can put vb.net code's dll in bin directory and access those in your c# code.

 
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Each project has exactly one language. So Santhi suggested, just reference each project as separate dll's.

Alternatively, you could use one of the converters out there to convert either VB to C# or C# to VB, but then you'll have developers fighting or leaving...

Some converters:
www.tangiblesoftwaresolutions.com
www.e-iceblue.com
www.developerfusion.com



 
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hi Shanti,

Is a dedicated cobol compiler available for .Net. Where Shall i have it? Do old cobol programs be used in .Net environment. If yes, how?

gokul.





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